Snake

Snake
Snake.JPG
SpeciesRabbit
GenderMale
BirthdayNovember 3rd
Catchphrase"bunyip"
PersonalityJock
AppearencesAnimal Crossing
Animal Crossing: Wild World
Animal Crossing: City Folk
Original ShirtZipper Shirt
Picture Inscription:"Snake's No. 1!"

Snake (Japanese name: モモチ, Momochi) is a Jock Rabbit Villager with one of the most unique appearances of the rabbit species who has appeared in Animal Crossing, Animal Crossing: Wild World, and Animal Crossing: City Folk.

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[edit] Personality

As for his personality, Snake is keenly interested in the vast worlds of sports and physical fitness. However, unlike the typical Jock villager, Snake accomplishes this through following the enriching art of ninjitsu(the study of the ninja), which is indicated by the traditional hood he wears. This really sets him apart from the other Jocks and often casts him out of their ranks due to confusion had among the typical following crowd. Due to this, rather than commonly criticizing other villagers and your Player regarding various head-busting sports or bone-busting workouts, Snake loves to boast about his inclined talent associated with the common hobbies undertaken by the residents of a Town: fishing, bug-catching, and fossil-finding. Despite this direct and boastful attitude, Snake can sometimes come off as humble toward your Player or others in eavesdropped conversations, which leads to suspect if he'd more or less belong in the Peppy spectrum.

[edit] Appearance

Snake is entirely pink with but his trademark ninja hood to set him apart from the rest of his species should they be present. He has white ears, large yellow cheeks paired with similar eyes, and oddly, no nose. He always has a wide grin on his face which usually leads you to believe if he's either having the time of his life or if he's up to something...


[edit] House

[edit] Name Meaning

Given the context, Snake could refer to the nature and physical aspect that one following the ninja's teachings must learn in order to successfully personify this art. Considering this couldn't possibly match his species, there is likely no other reason.

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Last edited by Midnight on 10 August 2012 at 02:03
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